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To keep germs from spreading, keep your distance from other people. Can you come up with an invention that makes that fun?
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A hoop protects your space. You can even add a rolling table! But making a hoop is hard. What’s an invention you can build at home?
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One Chinese school had students make hats like one worn by an emperor 1,000 years ago. The long flaps keep students far apart.
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Imagine that it’s your birthday, but you can’t have friends over. How can people have parties while staying apart? Any ideas?
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You could have a car parade! Or people could leave messages outside! How could people graduate together or have a school dance?
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Check out these creative celebrations! A boy threw a “dance” for his babysitter. This graduation party has real faces on pretend people!
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These signs tell people what to do. But check out the blue sign. What do you think that one is telling you to do?
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These people have figured out the sign’s message! It tells you that this is a place for Silly Walks. Everyone walks silly in their own way!
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Make your own Silly Walks sign! Put it in your home, or have an adult put it outside. You can also write silly directions on a sidewalk!
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Tens of thousands of flamingos have flocked to this city lake. Why do you think that’s happening? Why now?
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Many animals are visiting cities, not just flamingos! There’s less pollution in the air and water—and fewer people out to be scared of!
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Animals are in even stranger places! Since people aren’t going to museums, zookeepers have given curious birds a chance to roam!
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An art museum had a fun idea: dress up like a painting! People use silly stuff from around their home. What could you use to make a collar and eyepatch?
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People get very creative. Look closely at what people use! Can you spot any rolls of toilet paper? What other things do you notice?
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Try it out! Here are three famous paintings to choose from. Can you copy one using blankets, paper, fruit, pets, or more?
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